"Well, did you stay up last night?" is probably one of the resounding questions going around workplaces this morning.

If you did, you were in for a treat. The Los Angeles Rams won their second ever Super Bowl title on home turf, with an exciting Cincinnati Bengals team unfortunately pipped to the post.

Apart from the actual game itself though, there were plenty of things going on around it. Not least the Pepsi Halftime Show. It was one of the most anticipated shows for a long time after the line-up was announced.

Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, and Mary J. Blige made sure the west coast rap scene was well represented. Eminem and a surprise performance from 50 Cent completed the star-studded line-up. All were on top of their game too.

The performance was very well received, with many saying it was one of the best in history. To be honest, we were all LeBron James during it:

Some other celebrities showed their love for the performance on Twitter. Former Super Bowl performer Lady Gaga was one:

50 Cent's performance was a big surprise to all, given he wasn't on the initial bill. Straight after Snoop and Dre's intro, the cameras moved to a very meme-able upside down Fiddy. Even he saw the funny side of Twitter's reaction to his bat-like introduction.

Amongst some other celebs at the event itself were Cardi B, Offset, Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck, who was having a very cool dad moment during Kendrick Lamar's set.

More sightings included DJ Khalid, The Weeknd and Doja Cat, who absolutely took her opportunity to shine on the Jumbotron

If you haven't watched it already, it's absolutely worth 15 minutes of your time. You can watch the full performance here.